recession? it's the health care sector of the economy. i think it's, you know, and that i think partly because of the i dynamic sector coming up with incredible innovations. the amount of, you know, exciting discoveries that are looming on the horizon, i think are perhaps bigger in health care than in, you know, the many part of the economy. so that's the positive. the hard side is it's a complicated side. precisely the reason we don't leave health care to the private sector is because it's complicated. we don't look at somebody who is on the street and in distress and say sorry you don't have hurricane. you should are bought it. and too bad for you. we, as a society, are going to take care of that person that inherently puts the government in the position. i think we, you know, through the health reform legislation, i think it was an incredibly important step, i think it's a lot like dodd-frank. the basic framework i think was sound.